Ok, I'm thinking of getting a 4K/UHD television. However, I have a number of questions. I've done some research online, and while there's plenty of information, there also seems to be some disinformation. Anyway, here we go.
Who here as seen normal content in 4K on a 4K television or screen (say less than 80")? By normal I mean something presented at 4K resolution that's not specifically designed as a tech demo. How does it look, and what are your thoughts?
What about availability of media. As of, say, today's date, what types of media can be used to deliver 4K? Is it all streaming? I have a somewhat crappy internet connection, so would this make viewing something in 4K impossible? Also, are blu-ray discs labeled as "Mastered in 4K" which state they made especially for 4K displays. Is this true or just a bogus marketing ploy?
Upscaling. When upscaled, do other sources look better? If so, by how much?
Finally, is 4K home viewing the future? Or is it a niche market where 1080p will be the standard for the forseeable future?